CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE SOCIETY
2017 Summer Term
Asian Studies 350
This course examines contemporary Japanese society. It includes a study of social institutions, processes, and culture of Japan. the course examines following areas, (a) culture (beliefs, customs, social identity); (b) social institutions (family, religion, education, work, media); (c) societal processes (socialization, deviance, urbanization); (d) inequalities (gender, income, race-ethnic, region), and (e) the politics, economy, and international position of Japan.
Other Requirements: COREQ: CONCURRENT OR PRIOR COMPLETION OF A COURSE ON EAST ASIA OR AN EAST ASIAN LANGUAGE, OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
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